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The second edition of this monographic atlas has been considerably enlarged by the addition of 121 illustrations and the incorporation of the latest literature on the subject. The result is a splendid book replete with illustrations which will be of great value to the roentgenologist who has a relatively slight opportunity of observing many cases of peptic ulcer. This book and the other monographs in the series have been prepared in order to supply a series of master roentgenograms for study and for comparison. Just how the atlas would fit into the library of the internist is a rather difficult question to answer. Of course, it would be of considerable value to the roentgenologist who makes roentgen diagnoses at relatively frequent intervals, but whether or not the high initial cost of the book would repay the rather infrequent reference to it by the practitioner when questionable films of the upper
Peptic Ulcer. Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1934;53(1):161–162. doi:10.1001/archinte.1934.00160070166018
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